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The New Retirement: 7 Habits to Achieve Financial Independence

The FIRE or financial independence and retire early movement has grown in popularity over the last decade. The Great Recession saw many retirement savings wiped out through poor financial decisions coupled with the worst recession of our lifetimes. The traditional retirement mold has been broken. Why wait until your later years to leave a job you’re[…]

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The Importance of Investing When You’re Young

We call it the Millennial advantage, but the truth is, generations before and generations to come all have the same advantage when it comes to building wealth and having the freedom to do the things we value. That distinct advantage is the value of time. When it comes to having the flexibility and freedom to[…]

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Steps to Financial Success in your 20’s

The steps to financial success usually aren’t easy. However, there are steps you can take in the short-term to put yourself in a good position to meet your goals. At Millennial Wealth, we preach that living a fulfilling life includes not only physical and mental health but financial health as the third piece of the[…]

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Financial Wellness: The Key to a Happier Life

Being stressed about finances is never a good thing. Financial wellness directly correlates to our overall well being. Being over your head in debt, losing your job, or having to pay for a crippling unexpected expense, all can cause massive amounts of stress. That stress can have negative effects on your mental and physical health.[…]

Financial Planning for Recent College Graduates

According to a recent study conducted by Korn Ferry, the average starting salary for a college graduate in the U.S is projected to be slightly under $50,000 in 2017. The average student loan debt upon graduation is roughly $37,000. Without any financial experience or knowledge, this can be a lot to overcome. I’ve built a hypothetical[…]